Will the Prime Minister’s targeted $250 million package of funding to support cultural and creative projects and initiatives save the industry?
The ATO is cracking down on people abusing the COVID-19 stimulus system. We always knew that a Government scheme swiftly distributing cash during a crisis was going to come with equally swift compliance and review measures, particularly when eligibility was self-assessed.
From 1 July 2020, parents accessing the Government’s parental leave pay (PPL) scheme will have greater flexibility and options.
Whether it is the coronavirus, fire or flood, the fact is if you are in business long enough you will almost certainly have to deal with an external impact on your business. How do you become a resilient business?
The JobKeeper subsidy has progressed beyond the rush for eligibility and entered its second phase: compliance. Late last month, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) released guidance highlighting where the regulator will focus its compliance resources.
The new Financial Year will immediately bring along a few new changes to tax and superannuation laws in Australia.
Working from home is definitely not for everyone, it takes self-discipline to stay productive. We've identified three big problems associated with working from home, and given you ways to solve them.
The Government has announced grants of $25,000 to encourage people to build a new home or substantially renovate their existing home.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre has shared their tips on how to protect your data, and your work data, while working remotely during COVID-19.
News headlines recently stated that casual workers have won the right to paid leave following a decision in the Federal Court. As usual, the devil is in the detail.